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    Arnold Schwarzenegger "Conan" hero Atlantean sword from Conan The Barbarian. Arnold Schwarzenegger "Conan" hero Atlantean sword from Conan The Barbarian. (Universal, 1982) In the beginning of the action film "Conan" discovers an impressive Atlantean sword in a cave and uses it throughout the rest of the film. This Ron Cobb-designed, Arnold Schwarzenegger Conan the Barbarian prop sword is made of solid cast fiberglass. The 39.5 in. sword's 27 in. silver-painted, double-edged blade is engraved at the base with runic hieroglyphs and has a ferrule groove on each side. The gold painted ricasso guard features ornate sculpture of dragons and runs 7 in. up the blade allowing "Conan" a broader grabbing "choke point" for up-close fighting. The grip is sculpted to appear wrapped in beige cord and the gold pommel matches the guard decoration with an intricate skull relief design. The sword is meticulously painted to appear as metal and cord and studio-distressed to appear aged and worn. There is a small chip on one side of blade point. Overall, in production-used good condition. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2013
    28th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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